Posted by 53 IH Garand on October 27, 2012 at 12:45:34 from (22.214.171.124):
I recently bought a 1936 Hart Parr 70 and a bunch of misc. parts on an auction, and was curious about 2 sets of Oliver tip-toe steel that I bought. The first set seems like the standard Oliver steel, the center support ring looks like a wagon wheel with rounded edges and 2 3/4" wide marked "BA705" on the center casting. The other set though is different. It looks the same at first glance, same design and all. But after closer inspection the center ring is only 1 1/5 wide and more of a straighter edge, more purpose built than the other type. This thinner ring also makes the long bars bend sharper and about 2" farther away towards the outer lug ring, which is also a wider heavier ring itself than the other set. The center casting is almost the same, same design and all, but more of a round faced than the other set that are straighter faced. This casting is marked "BC705". I was wondering about these differences, if anybody could help that would be great. If pictures would be needed I can work on it. Thanks, C. Scott.
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